New additions join returning offerings "Mr. Selfridge" and "Vicious"
The next run, penned by creator Julian Fellowes, will enter production in 2015
"The Manners of Downton Abbey," and more "Mr. Selfridge," "Poldark," and "Indian Summers" are also included
The digital veteran will oversee PBS.org, PBS Digital Studio and develop membership strengthening programs
"I'm funny in what I think is funny," the late comedienne said, talking about early career false starts in new outtakes from PBS's "American Masters"...
The director of "Last Days of Vietnam" discusses the parallels with Iraq and Afghanistan, and why President Obama should see her film
"Our Cameras, Our Stories" was made by real New Yorkers, telling heartbreaking stories
Don't worry: No spoilers
Amid growing opposition to Nouri al-Maliki, Frontline's "Losing Iraq" looks at how he became the Bush administration's choice to lead the country
TCA 2014: Renowned filmmaker says that polio-stricken politician's career probably would be torpedoed by Twitter
TCA 2014: Also, she explains why January has been good to "Downton Abbey"
TCA 2014: PBS also announces new series "The Brain With Dr. David Eagleman" and Season 4 of "Call the Midwife"
The documentary recounts an Alabama recording studio's impact on rock 'n' roll and race relations in the '70s
Maggie Smith told "60 Minutes" that she hasn't "actually seen" the hit PBS period drama
Public Policy Polling's annual survey of TV news finds that Fox scores high in both the trust and distrust categories
"Downton Abbey" episodes will be available on iTunes before their air on PBS
First TED Talk for television will also feature Sir Ken Robinson
Paula Kerger also talks about Big Bird moment in presidential debate
"After Newtown" programming will air Feb. 18-22
PBS has posted the first 10 minutes from the third season's first episode on Facebook
Former National Geographic TV chief Michael Rosenfeld will oversee Tangled Bank Studios
Consumer Electronics Assn. sides with Barry Diller's fledgling service Aereo in battle with networks
Organizers of the 'Million Muppet March," to protest presidential challenger Mitt Romney's plan to end subsidies for PBS, say it will be a "lovefest"
The president has an October surprise, Stewart says
Beloved "Sesame Street" icon admits he was asleep when Mitt Romney threatened to cut his funding
Romney has previously said he would cut PBS funding, but debate remarks still set off a flurry of responses
Guest Blog: "Broadway or Bust," the new PBS reality series, is just the thing for a former fan of MTV's "The Real World"
You know how sharks are: constantly copying Mr. Rogers
"I very much appreciate and like what they do in many cases"
The Barry Diller-backed online television streaming startup is embroiled in a battle with major broadcasters of retransmission rights